Bill Chott will help you build Character! Improv Character, that is! This is a great opportunity to work with a very successful improviser and get some useful feedback and helpful notes on your craft. All levels can benefit from this class, however more experienced improvisers can really use the coaching from Bill. Chott toured the country with the Second City (alongside Tina Fey and Amy Poehler) which resulted in his appearance at a gig in New York City in 1995 with The Dana Carvey Show, reuniting him with Carell and Colbert. Working with fellow castmate Robert Smigel, he was cast as the announcer for the animated short The Ambiguously Gay Duo which continued on after The Dana Carvey Show to Saturday Night Live. His movies (in chronological order) include Galaxy Quest, Dude Where's My Car, Brainwarp, Dante's Inferno, Wild Girls Gone, Dancing at the Blue Iguana and The Ringer. His television appearances (in date order) include The Dana Carvey Show, Third Rock from the Sun, Freaks and Geeks, Popular, ER, Crossballs, Weekends at the DL, CSI, Wizards of Waverly Place, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, She Spies, and Monk. Chott is also a Special Olympics supporter, and this one reason for his character, Thomas, in the Ringer (2005 film). As an improvisation coach, he was awarded Improvisation News' INNY Award for “Best Improv Coach” in 2012 for his work at St. Louis’ Improv Trick.